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Prevent iron insufficiency effectively without constipation. Clinically proven to not cause constipation, stomach irritation or nausea.
Why should I take an iron supplement?
Low iron is one of the most common mineral deficiencies affecting women in their lifetime. If an iron deficiency is left untreated, it can lead to anemia. Symptoms of iron deficiency are similar to those of anemia and can be difficult to recognise:
Most at risk of iron deficiency:
Are all iron supplements the same?
Definitely not. Traditional iron supplements like ferrous sulphate have low rates of absorption so you need to take high doses to restore your iron levels to normal. Spatone delivers a much more absorbable form of iron, so you can take lower, safer starting dose yet still effectively prevent iron insufficiency.
Why doesn’t Spatone cause constipation like other iron supplements?
The answer is simple. Because Spatone is easily absorbed into the body, you only need to take small amounts to get your recommended daily intake of iron. Spatone leaves very little unabsorbed iron in the bowel for excretion and therefore minimizes common side effects like constipation, stomach irritation and nausea. Spatone has been clinically proven to be effective without these harmful side effects.
100% Natural Liquid Iron Convenient liquid sachets, direct from the spring in Snowdonia, Wales, UK. No chemicals or manufactured products are added.
Liquid Spatone does not have to be dissolved in the stomach and is quickly absorbed.
Why should I consider Spatone if I am pregnant?
35% of pregnant women are iron deficient in their first trimester and up to 85% in their third trimester. Postnatal women often continue to experience reduced iron levels and fatigue caused by blood loss during birth and milk production. Spatone has been clinically proven in pregnancy to help prevent iron insufficiency without the side effects associated with high dose iron supplements.
Easy to take - Recommended dosage is one to two sachets per day.